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Simple Japanese Breakfast Recipes
Make your next breakfast a Japanese one! This week’s article features four easy-to-make Japanese breakfast recipes you can try out in your own kitchen.
Matsumoto And Matsushiro Sightseeing Spots
Alrighty, this week's article is a double issue of sorts - you get information on not one, but two places of interests with very contrasting atmospheres – located in Matsumoto City and Matsushiro Town in Nagano Prefecture, Central Japan. Check it out!
Traditional Japanese New Year Period Food
What kind of special dishes do the food-loving Japanese people eat at around the New Year period? Find out in this week's mouth-watering issue!
There exist shrines and temples in Japan with some rather interesting motifs - like one that has a host of ways to tell your fortune, or another containing a key to paradise. Now, are you ready to read about a shrine that houses holy boobs?
Zenkoji And The Key To Paradise
Would you like to gain enlightenment and be granted salvation, Buddhist-style? You can achieve these fairly easily at a certain temple in central Japan. Find out how and where in this weekï¿½s article!
Omikuji – Fortune Telling Paper
Find out about some eye-opening facts about “omijuki”, or fortune telling paper, in this week's article. What country are omikuji produced in? Hint: The answer is not Japan... Even most Japanese are not aware of this, so be one of the first few in the world to find out!
Japanese Table Manners
Having good table manners is considered a very important part of Japanese culture – and it's not just about not talking with your mouth full either. Find out what the Japanese consider to be good table manners before, during and after meals in this week's article!
The Price Of Providing Excellent Customer Service
The Japanese are renowned for their high quality of customer service. From airports to supermarkets, employees are well-trained in giving customers the best they've got. But what exactly do they have to go through?
Osorezan - Fear Mountain
Nestled somewhere in remote Shimokita Peninsula, the northernmost part of the main island of Japan, lies a place said to the gateway to hell – Osorezan, or “Fear Mountain”.
As you step onto Japanese soil, you see hordes of people wearing a face mask, with eyes that could kill. Are they terrorists out to take over the world? Or is it the plague??
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